[M105] 點對點網絡貸款 (P2P網貸)工作坊


Peer-to-peer (P2P) lending is a type of micro-financing activity conducted through an online platform, by matching people who have money to invest with people who are looking for a loan. Different forms of P2P lending have emerged, e.g. business lending and consumer (including student) lending.

Course Content:
  • How does P2P lending work?
  • Risks associated with P2P lending
  • How is P2P lending regulated in Hong Kong?
  • Risk of collapse, fraud or malpractice by the platform
  • Cyber security and Cyber-attacks
  • Illegal activities
  • Legal issues and concerns for investors 



Mr. Albert So
  • BEng(Hons); LLB(Hons); PCLL(HKU); PGCert(Cambridge);
  • ExeEd(Harvard); MHKIoD; FHKMAAC; FHKIArb; FRAS;
  • Fellow of International Bar Association; Honorary Legal Advisor;
Practising Solicitor, University Lecturer, Executive Committee and Arbitration Committee Member of International Chamber of Commerce (Hong Kong), Accredited Mediator, Accredited Family Mediator, Asia Pacific Region Arbitration Group Arbitrator, Financial Dispute Resolution Centre Mediator, Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, Certified Financial Crimes Specialist, Member of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Honorary Legal Advisor of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals (Long Love Integrated Family Service Centre)
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